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LostTen Commandments / Peace

Label:NovaMute – 12NOMU1, NovaMute – 12 NoMu 1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Acid

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ATen Commandments
AAPeace
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℗1992 Mute Records Ltd.
©1992 Mute Records Ltd.
Made in Great Britain.

Direct Metal Mastering.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016025 280315
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5016025280315
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 12 NOMU 1 - A1 PR-M EXCHANGE DMM MIKE/MARK D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA): 12 NOMU 1 - B1 PR-M D

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  • Jarren's avatar
    Jarren
    Proper oldschool 'ardkore, sure to appeal to fans of The Hypnotist.

    Nothing is spared, so you get menacing acid basslines, vocal samples from Moses himself and ultra evil "Hardcore U Know The Score" style riffs!

    Peace starts off much more mellow, with some moody strings and that familiar "Minds immeasurably superior to ours" vocal sample.

    Not to worry, soon the acid starts again along with more epic vocal samples, then a rasping main riff which tears your head off!

    Oh so very '91-'92, and all the better for it.

    LET'S 'AVE IT!
    • Vinylundercover57's avatar
      i like the sample from War of the worlds in Peace
      • jazzliscious's avatar
        jazzliscious
        This is a very fine first time out for the sublabel NovaMute. The tracks are a little bit "Hi NRG", "club", "house", "acid", well basically just good early techno. Maybe a hair on the "commercial" side but still underground enough to make it worth checking out. I personally like the "synthy" qualities that made early NovaMute releases so tasty. The problem was that they didn't hit their stride until "Der Klang Der Familie", which was #5, but #1 was pretty darn good! Get a taste of what techno was all about at a time when new labels were popping out like children in China.